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Securing the bag

Denis Young

Chief Lister
I'd rather this than the wanton looting of public resources by certain people. These guys are simply positioning themselves to take advantage of emerging business opportunities na hawajasema you also don't get into it...
Really? Now if the corner this market, where will the competition come from? What are the consequences of monopoly markets? High prices. Shitty products. Shitty services. Zero dynamisms.
 

Sambamba

Elder Lister
Really? Now if the corner this market, where will the competition come from? What are the consequences of monopoly markets? High prices. Shitty products. Shitty services. Zero dynamisms.
What is stopping a billionaire like Mwau or Chandaria or Rai from investing in the same business?

Laptrust a pension fund plans to invest 10 billion to build a mall in Nakuru FYI.
 

Mr Black

Chief Lister
It is bothersome that a few heads at Kenya power can come up with expensive projects nobody needs while people remain passive. This company should not be allowed to engage in anything else until Kenyans have the power they deserve.
Ukiona ushuru KRA is charging on electric cars you wonder who Kenya Power is targeting, this guys should stick to their core mandate
 

wrongturn

Chief Lister
What is stopping a billionaire like Mwau or Chandaria or Rai from investing in the same business?

Laptrust a pension fund plans to invest 10 billion to build a mall in Nakuru FYI.
Ungeongeza hapo , what is stopping billionaire gachagua , ruto or even Eldoret billionaires from investing big? Even in the milk sector, what stopped Eldoret billionaires from investing big in it? or maize? rift valley produces the most maize yet nearly all of it is milled in nairobi by indians yet we could have the biggest miller being based in nakuru or eldoret.
 

Denis Young

Chief Lister
What is stopping a billionaire like Mwau or Chandaria or Rai from investing in the same business?

Laptrust a pension fund plans to invest 10 billion to build a mall in Nakuru FYI.
This is the problem right here. In liberal markets you don't need to be a billionaire to invest. You should be able to build a business plan, raise capital if needed, and compete against established brands.

When was the last time we had a new product/service introduced in the country be some green Kenyan entrepreneur?

Furthermore, if your pension fund plans to take your money to invest in dead assets like Malls, if you can, take your money and run.

Just look at KU's mall just here at Thika Road. It is practically dead.
 

Sambamba

Elder Lister
This is the problem right here. In liberal markets you don't need to be a billionaire to invest. You should be able to build a business plan, raise capital if needed, and compete against established brands.

When was the last time we had a new product/service introduced in the country be some green Kenyan entrepreneur?

Furthermore, if your pension fund plans to take your money to invest in dead assets like Malls, if you can, take your money and run.

Just look at KU's mall just here at Thika Road. It is practically dead.
My problem is actually with low IQs like you and OP who hata Kamau akifungua kiosk kwa estate mnasema hii Familia ya Uhuru.
Do you actually think kuna mtu hii nchi who can stand in the way of Ruto or SK Macharia if they wanted to enter the e-mobility business ?

You want to tell us saa hii kuna investors kama 20 who want to invest in the business but only the Uhuru family wamepewa licence ?
 

Denis Young

Chief Lister
My problem is actually with low IQs like you and OP who hata Kamau akifungua kiosk kwa estate mnasema hii Familia ya Uhuru.
Do you actually think kuna mtu hii nchi who can stand in the way of Ruto or SK Macharia if they wanted to enter the e-mobility business ?

You want to tell us saa hii kuna investors kama 20 who want to invest in the business but only the Uhuru family wamepewa licence ?
I will save myself the embarrassment of even engaging you.
 
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